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right now an urgent amber alert for an 8 month old baby in missouri, little eddie salazar. his father told two masked men broke into his home, assaulted him, left him unconscious and took the little guy. where is little eddie? plus a judge tells a former aide of john edwards, hand over the alleged sex tape or else. reports say it shows edwards and his then pregnant mistress having sex. could there be copies? if so, it will be leaked out for the tablo-- to the tabloids for
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to see? welcome. this is "prime news." i'm mike galanos. this just into us at "prime news" an 8 month old baby boy in extreme danger. cops in missouri have an amber alert for little eddie salazar there, he is, 8 months old reportedly kidnapped by two masked thugs. detectives say time is of the essence here. we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln's the number. joining me, welcome back hln law enforcement analyst mike brooks also john hacker editor with the "carthage press" starting with you, any solid leads. >> the police department had a press conference here about two hours ago and really came out of that, no, they don't have a lot of solid leads. they are basically saying that what they know is two masked
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men, they believe one or two masked men, they are pretty sure it's two, they were wearing dark masks, dark stocking caps with masks and dark clothing broke into the home. they've also basically are saying the police are saying they don't have any information on identities. the police chief was the one who held the press conference about two hours ago. >> anybody else in the house, mom, other kid or anybody. >> there was a second child in the home apparently a toddler we're not sure how old. the police department said the mother was away but it wasn't in any way suspicious. it was pretty much normal. they specifically didn't say why but she wasn't there and it was pretty much a normal family thing. the only other -- the toddler also in the home was apparently not hurt or was not hurt or not abducted, not taken in any way. basically the father was
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assaulted and the youngest child was taken. >> okay. let's brick mike brooks. there you have forceable entry, another toddler not taken, mom not there. a lot of pieces to the puzzle so far. what do you make of it? >> apparently there were no witnesses and they spent a long time trying to verify whether, in fact, this was an actual kidnapping before they put out this amber alert. so, you know, law enforcement went to great lengths to make sure this was not you know, a story like we heard before and believe it is an actual kidnapping but the question is, why? why did they take this little boy? they ransacked the house, about 11:00 p.m. but, you know, why did they take this little boy? nobody knows. >> john, talk about that. any theories forwarded right now, was this father, did he have shady acquaintances, anything at all? >> the police aren't even -- they really aren't even confirming the identity of the father or the parents at this point. they say that they are at this
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point trying to protect the family's privacy and thinking they are wanting to have a conversation with them before they release their names to the media. they aren't releasing -- they say they don't know what the motive, at this point, was. there's just a lot they don't know. if there was anything that came out of this press conference, it is the fact they are following, they say they do have some concrete leads they are following but aren't willing to release those. they say that they don't want to compromise the investigation at this point. >> john, from what we know about the family, is there any -- i mean, do they seem like a happy family, i.e., the marriage or trouble between the husband and wife here? >> the only thing we know from the family from talking to neighbors. i talked to a woman who lives next door who said that the father appeared to be a very nice family -- very nice person. she talked with him about their puppies. she didn't speak with the mother much because the mother didn't speak english very well. apparently, the father was
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fluent in english, the mother was not. the neighbor also said she had seen the toddler outside but hadn't met the 8 month old. and this woman lives, you know, right next door. these houses are fairly close together, this is an older neighborhood in carthage. a lot of children, that was another thing some of the people who lived in this area said, there are a lot of children in this neighborhood and it's a big concern for them. and it's really a concern right now because there just isn't a lot of information available. >> mike, let's -- and we ask these questions, from what john is saying, sounds pretty normal but where you have to start as an investigator what's going on in that house, right. >> absolutely, the people closest to that little boy. they will look into the father's background. from what we are hearing they have a little to go on, some leads but again not putting out much until they have solid leads to give to the public. but, you know, as far as we know right now, mike there, is no vehicle description. you know, no detailed description of the one or two
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people, men, dressed in black that came into that house. so, but the thing is right now you are going to grill the father, you are going to find out friends, associates and find out what the real motive for this is. >> john, a lot of children does. that alarm you if someone is going to try to abduct a child, you have a lot of kids in this neighborhood, another thing to look at? >> that's the other thing, too. has this happened anywhere around carthage, missouri or surrounding counties in the past, any links to any other crimes? this is one of the other things law enforcement will be looking at, at sex offenders in that area, looking at, you know, all these different kinds of things but it's a fairly small community so, you know, and they really don't have anything to go on. you also are going to check businesses around there for any possible surveillance video someone might have in that neighborhood or surrounding businesses. i don't know if there was a central bns distriusiness distr.
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i've never been and -- >> we know he has a distinctive birthmark on his right bicep, our thoughts and prayers with little eddie and his family. john, mike, we appreciate it, with another look at that cute little guy. coming up big drama for michael jackson's doctor, all on edge thought he would surrender and finally face charges. not yet. we'll take your calls on that, 1-877-tell-hln.
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welcome back to "prime news" on hln. incredible drama surrounding the
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jackson death investigation. we all thought his doctor would be in handcuffs right now surrendering to cops. a short time ago, los angeles prosecutors announced they won't file charges, not until monday. what's going on? what's the holdup. joining me to talk about this beth cakarras from "in session" and ted roll lands from our sister network. what's going on, why no surrender? >> well, the district attorney's office decided not to file charges today and basically released a statement after days of silence they will do it monday. rewind a little bit, you mentioned we all thought this was going to happen today. there was a deal on the table and beth actually reported it yesterday something broke down according to the district attorney's office, the negotiations between murray, the d.a., maybe the police, we're not sure of their role in this, something didn't go as planned and the d.a. decided not to move
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forward. murray's folks came out swinging today saying you know, what if we don't hear anything from them, we're going to show up to the courthouse anyway and surrender and if we don't take our surrender, we are going to have a news conference. at one point they had one scheduled at a park when the sheriff's department said don't do it at the courthouse. in the end his people backed off, we'll wait until monday and see what happens, basically, no news conference baisley back where we were at the beginning of the day. . >> beth, what is going on, what do you know about these negotiations? >> well, we don't know, as ted just said, exactly what it was that broke down the negotiations, but, for the most part the d.a. is in control. the d.a. has all the cards at this point. a judge will intervene once a complaint has been filed and a case has begun but until this point it's the d.a. who makes the decision when to file those charges and whether or not they'll accept a surrender or
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just order the l.a.p.d. to go out and handcuff him and bring him in. the filing of the complaint triggers the warrant that gives the police the right to go out and arrest him but the d.a. was gracious saying if you want to surrender, you can. >> i know a lot of people at home are thinking, what do you mean negotiate if the guy could face involuntary manslaughter second degree murder charges, you go arrest him. why negotiations in the first place? >> correct. there's not a lot to negotiate but the police it appears wanted to do it in a smooth and safe way. there were a lot of safety concerns then there are some bail conditions when he gets to court and, who knows what went on regarding the bail conditions. those are the types of things. there's not much to negotiate, you're right, mike, about that >> you wouldn't think. ted, i'm maj jijing, dr. murray's attorneys want to avoid the handcuffs, any video of him in handcuffs and a perp walk. do you get that sense and what -- >> well, absolutely get that
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sense. face it, that was their goal they flew him out from houston to avoid the transportation from texas, landing at lax with the handing cuffs and media. they have been sort of proactive as defense attorneys but you bring up a point at what point and what rights do they really have in terms of trying to avoid what may be inevitable, that enduring shot of their client in handcuffs because it is such a high-profile case will be played over and over again. that's what they are trying to avoid. we'll see monday, as beth insinuated, how this goes. key either be arrested as soon as that thing is filed or maybe something will work out where he will be be be able to surrender maybe at a police station or here at the courthouse. >> what was the scene like, ted, people milling around waiting to catch a glimpse of dr. murray or maybe michael jackson fans upset with him, what us that beginning to stir or not? >> as far as safety concerns, we didn't see any evidence of any people from the public out here. we saw a ton of media from
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around the world, obviously, a lot of interest here. so, just today, just the idea that murray's folks could come here with murray at 2:00 brought everybody out. in the rain, waiting, waiting, waiting, and of course nothing happened. >> we'll take a quick break. we'll have more on this and delve further and get their take on what charges we expect when they finally take place now looking at monday. radar online reporting tiger woods is out of rehab and there to pick him up, his wife elin. are they trying to save the marriage? is she nixing any divorce tall right now? we'll take your calls, as always, 1-877-tell-hln.
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>> don't worry. as long as i keep god in my heart and you in my life, i will be fine. i have done all i could do. i told the truth, and i have faith the truth will prevail.
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>> dr. can rod murray about a one-minute snippet on youtube. you heard the end, the truth will prevail. we have our experts is standing by taking your calls 1-877-tell-hln. beth karas, correspondent "in session" doing a great job covering this as is ted rowlands from our sister network cnn. beth, the truth as we see it right now, again we don't know all going on with the case the prosecutors are putting together it doesn't look good i wouldn't think for him, especially when you look at that time line in the hours leading up to michael jackson's death. >> that's right. that time line is based upon his own reporting to the police two days after michael jackson died. we haven't seen the toxicology report from the autopsy of michael jackson to see if there were, indeed, more drugs, additional drugs than tones he admits giving them in greater amounts but he did not tell the truth despite what we heard on that videotape at the hospital when he told the emergency room doctor about one medicine out of four he administered that not and did not mention the bad one,
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propafyl, the anesthetic not used outside of hospitals or surgical centers. >> ted, you've been around this case and his attorneys how do you sense they will try to get over the hump of that timeline sedatives, anti-anxiety medications for hours on end until he finally gives that and not in a hospital setting. >> the first idea that the propafyl killed michael jackson. as beth mentioned, if anything in the toxicology can't be matched to murray, he can say i had no idea he was doing that, as well and can add more things into this sort of cocktail. once that's over, too, then he can get to the idea that he was actually trying to help michael jackson and did everything in his professional opinion to help this person who was having problems with addiction and that he gave him this last bit as a last resort. he hadn't given it to him the two days before and he's an md,
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so he had the expertise, key argue to use this drug which, by the way is not a controlled substance. having it outside the hospital isn't necessarily illegal. it isn't illegal. but, you're right the bottom line is telling the truth, the bottom line is the truth in this case he was giving this person something that's used to put people to sleep for surgery for a sleep aid and, you know, it will be up to a jury to decide to if that was gross negligence or not. >> and that was not all given as we have seen, volume, anti-anxiety drugs and all the rest up until 10:40 in the morning. thanks again so much. we'll probably be talking again monday as things do go down. ted, beth, thanks so much, you guys. radar online reporting tiger woods has been checked out of rehab. who was there to pick him up, his wife elin. are they ready to give this a go and try and save the marriage? we'll be talking about that and
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get a straight scoop from rad radar online. we'll take your calls 1-877-tell-hln. today, we salute a 2007 hero working through the tragedy in haiti. >> more than two weeks after the earthquake, bobby duvall is overwhelmed, the soccer field he built for kids is now a home for hundreds. >> it's really something. we were already in the hole. now, we are much deeper hole now. >> he was a cnn hero in 2007. he founded a soccer training center, from some of the poorest neighborhoods in port-au-prince an opportunity to get off the streets, play a sport and get a meal. >> the kids never missed practice. and they're disciplined enough to keep focused on something positive. >> that program is now a life saver.
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many families of the children who played soccer for him have now moved onto the field with nowhere else to go. >> what we are trying to do is just keep it clean, give them a little bit of -- you know, set up some bathrooms, set up some water and give them care, that's all, and understanding so they are safe here. >> safe and sheltered. duvall provided what tents he had. those without them have gotten more creative. >> are these goal posts, too? >> yes. >> so, someone has made a little home out of them. >> right. >> some kids still play soccer to pass the time. families are making due the best they can. >> save and serve. save as many as you can and serve as much as you can. that's -- that's it.
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welcome back to "prime news" on hln. a judge tells a former aide of john edwards hand over that alleged sex tape reporting showing edwards and his pregnant mistress having sex. does andrew young have the tape or have copies? coop it leak out at some point? can john edwards do anything to stop it? is we'll take your calls on that, 1-877-tell-hln. now this, we know church communities in east texas have to be on edge, eight fires since january 1st, the latest thursday morni morning. police say someone broke into the building after choir practice wednesday night, the sanctuary destroyed, damage close to a million dollars.
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church memorabilia, paintings, pictures all destroyed. one member, how we bring this home, one member had just lost her husband and planned to have a funeral at this place where they worshipped together. not anymore obviously now. it's heart breaking. this is an area where christian radio stations fill the radio dial. i mean, it's really part of the fabric of this community. a bible verse in the local newspaper. with all this said what's going on who would do this and why? we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. joining us david mafood, his church burned january 16th. also atf assistant special agent in charge and try to find out what happened here. ken, any solid leads on this case -- cases, plural? >> we've started on the newest scene. we began the actual investigation this morning of the scene. we are in the process of going
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through approximately 200 leads and we have several reports of suspicious vehicles that we're following up on those. >> are that similarities with these different fires that tells you it's probably one person or the same group of individuals doing this? >> i'm not prepared to say it is one person or a group of people, but there are similarities between several of the fires that we're pursuing. >> okay. that helps in the investigation. are you getting any sense of motive, why someone would do this? >> you know, motive is a very individual thing to the person that actually does set the fire but it can be any number of things, a grieveans against the churches or whether they are doing this as a spree, as a lark or something like that. >> let's bring in the pastor again tyland, baptist church. do you have any idea why someone would want to attack your church or others in the area? >> mike, we've tried really hard to try to come up with a reason
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or visualize that in my mind. the best we can assume, this is somebody who has been hurt very badly by someone or something and i just would love to be able to tell him that hurting other people is not going to make your hurt go away. >> bring it home for us, pastor, how devastating for you and your congregation, as you witnessed this beloved -- this is where you worship. >> yes. >> go up in flames like this. >> it's hard to describe. we have run the entire gamut of emotions, i believe from fear to anger, frustration and now have had a couple weeks to tum to terms with our situation and we are very much like you said looking to forgive and looking toward rebuilding. >> you bring up a good point i want to ask ken this. what are you telling our chumpes in the area? give us an idea how wide of an area is this looking at possibly eight churches, what's the range in area of places attacked here? . >> it covers at least three counties in texas, which, as you know, is a very big state.
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the -- what our goal is, of course, in this is to, you know, figure out the origin and cause of the fire and not only in the case of arson, bringing the criminal to justice but we want to help restore some -- some amount of security and feeling of well-being for the people in the general community or area. >> david, where are you guys worshipping now and are you concerned for security where you are worshipping now? >> well, we are worshipping at willow brook baptist church, about a mild from our old sanctuary and, no, i'm not, at this point. i'm just -- i'm not. we have faith in god and we're just going about our business and worshipping him. >> pastor, stay strong. >> thank you. >> ken, we wish you the best finding out who is doing this and soon. guys, thanks so much. >> thank you. coming up a judge finds a former aide to john edwards in contempt and orders him to hand
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over this alleged sex tape. deadline, wednesday. will andrew young comply? what happens if he doesn't. plus this, a teenager booted from the national honor society. this 18-year-old created a facebook page, somewhat critical of his high school and he took a pledge, being part of the national honor society to be true to your school. is that enough to get him kicked out, or is this a violation of his first amendment rights? call in, 1-877-tell-hln. >> a few days back from haiti and tough news i have to share with you about something known as normal weight obesity. this is what we are talking about here, simply put people don't pay attention to their weight and for good reason, an important thing to follow, to get on the scale if your weight seems normal you think, good, i have decreased my chance of developing all sorts of different problems and you probably have. but, if you have something known as normal weight obesity where
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your body fat percentage is too high and lean muscle mass too low you may still be at increased risk, this is sort of the important point. people who fall into this category have about four times the risk of developing something known as metabolic syndrome, put at increased risk for hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes. that's why a lot of people have focused on this. the guess is around 30 million americans may fall into this category of normal way obesity right now. so, the important thing, first step probably get your body fat checked. if you are not sure where you fall into this, you can get it checked even some of the home scales do a pretty good job of checking it within about 10%. better readings come from your doctor's office. maybe even your gym has a machine to test. this find out what it, is take a look at numbers, for men dangerous over 23%. for women, over 33%. also, the second sort of piece of advice here is that depending what you are doing, you may want to add more resistance training
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to your workout, more interval training, do things to build up muscle mass. the idea of changes percentages between body fat and muscle, it helps there. normal weight obesity, tuck that term away and there is something you can do about it.
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welcome back to "prime news" on hln. a judge in north carolina is
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demanding a former aide of john edwards hand over an alleged sex tape. andrew young has a deadline, wednesday, 2:00 p.m. finding him and his wife in contempt today and wants them to hand over the tape and any copies asap reportedly showing john edwards and his mistress having sex. she's fighting to get it back but any chance this could be leaked to the media? was there a copy? joining mess to talk about this jim moret, chief correspondent "inside addition" and author of "last day of my life" starting there we talked about rielle hunter, the tape made in 2008 so i believe she gave birth in 2008. that time line doesn't mesh. are we talking about the same tape? could there be others? >> there have been allegations there is more one tape. i heard in your intro you wondered, could this be leaked?
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my feeling about this is if there's a tape, you can always make a copy. it's very easy to do that and, as long as a tape's made, there's always a possibility it can be leaked and that's something -- i don't care if andrew young hands over the tape there, may be another copy floating out there somewhere because we don't know if this was the only copy to begin with. >> young says he was advised to make a copy. why is that, why would someone advise him to make a copy. >> i would suspect basically for insurance, coming out with a book and if there were any legal actions that were going to be started he could say, look, i have a tape. i'm not suggesting in any way shape or form this was illegal or -- clearly there's betrayal on both sides and i think he felt more comfortable having it hidden away it in a safe place. >> we have andrew young talking about that, i believe he's ready to give up the tape. let's listen to what he had to say. >> we're happy to give the
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materials to the court. we, in over two years, were never planning on owe we never did anything with them, there's a reason nobody's ever seen the tape. while the court resolves these issues we're happy to give it to the court. >> there you have it. seems right now, jim, it's young and hunter are the major players. what about john edwards, can he do anything? does he have any say-so in this making sure this tape doesn't get out? >> i don't -- well, no. he doesn't have possession of the tape. yeah, he can do whatever he wants but face it he's portrayed by about every side as the bad guy. he is the guy running for president, he's the guy whose wife had cancer. he's the guy who was having the affair, who told his girlfriend to get the abortion, not to have the child, he wouldn't acknowledge the child was his until he had his aide cover for him and then months later -- you know, there is virtually everything kudo wrong, i think john edwards has done it wrong. >> yeah. back to the tape, jim, so the judge's ruling or his telling
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young, give me the tape, does this say the tape is rielle hunter's and she can do whatever she wants with it? >> not necessarily. i think the court will view the tape. i think that andrew young has made it very clear that you see a pregnant woman. he recognized a ring that resembled or closely resemble the rielle hunter's ring but you could clearly make out john edwards face according to young, in a house they both had been and surmised from that it was her but i suspect the judge will want to view it and make a determination himself. you know, it's -- the problem is that once a tape is made, you just don't know. it's like putting it out on the internet. >> exactly. >> you never know where it will surface. >> we talk about rielle hunter, jim, besides the tape, what's her mind-set? you spoke with her sister. what did you glean with her? >> "inside edition" talked with her about how she met john edwards, they fell in love, they
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had pet names for each other, they used a separate cell phone they called the bat phone that john edwards discovered the affair when that phone went off in john edwards' luggage. john edwards' wife answers the phone and rielle hunter starts talking thinking it was john edwards on the line. she apparently throws the phone at her husband and he den niles the afamplt according to her sister, ri dz idrieh lle hunterd when john edwards' wife died of cancer they -- there's a financial deal that's been struck that she is happy with and according to her sister, she really believes that they will end up together. >> wow. >> you know, a quick facebook from colleen who sums it up to elizabeth edwards, basically
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saying hasn't elizabeth edwards been through enough? obviously, she has because they are on the way to divorce, finally -- >> sure. i can't imagine -- you know, public humiliation aside, dealing with so many health issues, you would like to think your husband would stand by you and not betray you so publicly. >> we'll talk again soon, thanks. coming up a high school senior on national honor society sets up a facebook page and ends up be having critical trashing his school so the honor society kicked him out because he violated a pledge to be loyal to his school. yet, you look at this, were his first amendment rights violated? how do we cut through all this? i'm going to talk to this high school senior coming up and ask him about the facebook page, ask him about the pledge he took and we'll take your calls, as well, what do you think, 1-877-tell-hln.
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all right r. good topic here, want to hear from you on it and by the way it's a poll we're taking at facebook. let melee out the story. first a high school student kicked off the national honor society because he slammed his school on facebook. his name is alex fuentes, 18 years old, senior at wesley chapel high school in florida creating a facebook page, said it was a "d" school, the rating he got. he's frustrated then other students started chiming in, some it sounds like swearing on the site. the school gets wind of it and a panel of teachers voted unanimously last month to spiff him from the national honor society on the ground he didn't keep his pledge to show loyalty to his school. alex since transferred to a different school and says his first amendment rights have been violated. what do you think? we're taking your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. by the way, a poll on facebook,
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whether or not you face he should have gotten kicked off the national honor society right now 82% say no, he should not have. so, chime in. there it is on facebook for you, if you want to vote. alex is with us now. welcome. so, it sounds like the people are with you. that's got to make you feel good. let's start there. tell me about this facebook page. why did you even start it in the first place? >> well, in the beginning, it was just all a joke between a friend and i were were speaking about it in school and, you know, the word "fail" is kind of a slang word nowadays. it's not necessarily entails the world "fail" completely as in utter failure. it's more of a joking comment. the facebook page i started was just called wesley chapel high school equals fail. >> that was the original title of it. >> yes, the original title was wesley chapel high school equals fail. it was in a jokingly manner.
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and meant not to hurt anybody's feelings, not meant to slander anybody. it was a joke between a friend and i that people got a wind of. >> who got -- who told the teachers, how did it get found teachers? >> honestly, i'm not sure. i know many people started joining the group page and started themselves bashing the school and bashing the teachers. one of the teachers must have gotten wind of it or somebody told them. >> so they get wind of it. how did you know, uh-oh, you will be booted from the national honor society for this. >> yes. i believe the principal called me to the front office once they found out which was two, three weeks after i created the facebook page. once it got popular with 200 plus following, and, yes, the principal called and told me the nhs is going to question this. >> did you apologize and say,
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hey, it was a joke. >> yes. >> did you try to save your standing with the national honor society? >> definitely. i implored everybody to understand. i told -- i made sure to hunt down every teacher that i heard was hurt or personally offended by this and i told them my story and looked them in the eye and told them, look, i'm sorry a if any of this offended you, if any of this might have hurt your feelings. it was not meant to. >> we tried to reach out to the school. no one got back to us. by the letter of the law it looks like they've got you in the sense that it was a joke that got away from you. if you're starting a facebook page that says wesley chapel high school equals fail, that's not being loyal. so you knew you were in trouble? is that right? >> yes. at first i didn't think it would be enough -- >> to apologize? >> no. i didn't think it would become such a big orrdeal. >> okay. aler we want to continue the conversation.
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[ music ] >> welcome to comcast local edition, i'm donna richardson, and my guest this hour is leslie prewitt, director of external operations, opportunity builders. good to see you. >> thank you for having me. >> can you tell the viewers about opportunity builders incorporated and what exactly the organization does? >> absolutely. we have been around for 47. we were started in 1962. we provokessa provide training d
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rehabilitation. >> what are the services you offer your clients? >> there are 170 that stay in our warehouse that do packaging then we have 180 individuals that go out and work for local employer. >> you have the employers who are helping out and also having the contracts to give those, like you said, in the warehouse employment possibilities. >> absolutely. we're always looking to new contracts to fulfill, inside of our warehouse and then outside we're always looking for new employers to hire our adults. >> now all of this, i know it takes funding, and you've got a fund-raiser coming up. >> right. >> so tell us about your mardi gras. >> well, hence the beads so you know why i'm wearing beads. we are very proud of our 12th
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annual mardi gras. we have live music, we have a casino, an auction, great food, beer, wine, and ice cream and it's a great night and a lot of fun. >> it does sound like a lot of fun. how much are the tickets to be able to enjoy all this fun? >> the tickets are $50 each. >> very, very reasonable, and it sounds like you're getting a huge value with the opportunity of the casinos and the great food and the auctions and the dancing. >> uh-huh. >> so with this, because i know it takes a lot of dollars in order to run the program, how do you plan to use the proceeds? >> the proceeds will help with our operating expenses, especially with the downturn in the economy and budget cuts, we will be using it to assist the organization.
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>> leslie, i do have a question. how do your clients become a part of opportunity builders? >> they are funded for the developmental disability administration. if someone is interested, if a family is interested in having family members participate in an opportunity with opportunity builders, they would call and then we would direct them to our director of employment that would start them through the process of the program. >> once they're in the program, do you also provide training before the clients either work in the warehouse or go out to work with your partner businesses? >> absolutely. in the warehouse, we do have an instructor to assist individuals with each contract, and as far as the individuals who go out into the community and work, we do training for those individuals. they have a one on one coach so we'll make sure the individual knows how to do the job before we have them working on their
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own. >> in going back to mardi gras, do you need any volunteers to help out, because that's a big undertaking you have so many different activities going on? >> absolutely. we can always use volunteers, but we can always use the ticket sales, and that's really a big emphasis for us, ticket sales and sponsorships. >> exactly. so there are sponsorship opportunities available? >> absolutely. >> how can they reach you if they want to buy tickets or become a sponsor? they can call our office. >> perfect. well, leslie, thanks so much for joining me. >> thank you for having me. >> our guest this hour is less by prior to director of external operations at opportunity builders. for comcast local edition, i'm
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there is an urgent amber alert for an 8-month-old baby in missouri. little eddie salazar. his father told cops two masked men in black broke into the home, assaulted him, left him unconscious and took the little guy. where is little eddie? plus, a judge tells a former aid of john edwards, hand over the alleged sex tape or else. reports say it shows edwards and his then mistress rielle hunter having sex. could there be copies leaked out for all to see? we take your phone calls,
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e-mails. you can join the conversation on facebook or text us. it's your chance to be heard. >> controversy, opinion, your point of view. this is "prime news." >> welcome. this just in to us. an 8-month-old baby boy is in extreme danger. cops in missouri put out an amber alert for little eddie salazar, reportedly kidnapped by two masked thugs. dad says they left him unconscious. time is really now of the essence. we'll take your calls. 877-tell-hln is the number. welcome back to mike brooks, our law analyst and john hacker, editor with the carthage press. any solid leads, john? >> the police department had a press conference about two hours ago. what came out of it is no, they don't have a lot of solid leads. they are basically saying what they know is two masked men --
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they believe one or two masked men but they are pretty sure it's two wearing dark stocking caps with masks and dark clothing broke into the home. the police are saying they don't have any information on identities. police chief held the press conference two hours ago. >> anybody else in the home -- a mom, another kid, anybody? >> there was a second child in the home. apparently a toddler. we're not sure how old this toddler was. the mother -- the police department said the mother was away but there was no -- it wasn't suspicious. it was pretty much normal. they didn't say why she was away, but it was pretty much a normal family thing. the only other -- the toddler in the home was apparently not hurt or was not abducted, not taken in any way. basically the father was assaulted and the youngest child
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was taken. >> okay. let's bring in mike brooks. there you have forcible entry, another toddler not taken, mom not there. a lot of pieces to the puzzle so far. what do you make of it? >> right now there were apparently no witnesses. they spent a long time trying to verify whether, in fact, this was an actual kidnapping before they put out the amber alert. so law enforcement went to great lengths to make sure this was not a story like we have heard before. they believe it is an actual kidnapping. but the question is -- why? why did they take this little boy? they ransacked the house. it happened about 11:00 p.m. why did they take this little boy? nobody knows. >> john, any theories being forwarded now? did the father have shady acquaintances? anything at all? >> well, the police really aren't even confirming the identity of the parents at this point. they say at this point they are trying to protect the family's
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privacy and they are thinking they are wanting to have a conversation with him before they release the names to the media. they say they don't know what the motive at this point was. there is just a lot they don't know. if there was anything that came out of the press conference it's the fact that they are following. they say they have concrete leads that they are following but they aren't willing to release those. they say they don't want to compromise the investigation. >> from what we know about the family, do they seem like a happy family? i.e., the marriage or is there trouble between the husband and wife? >> the only thing we know from the family is from talking to neighbors. i talked to a woman who lives next door who said that the father appeared to be a very nice person. she talked with him about their puppies. she didn't speak with the mother much because the mother didn't speak english very well. apparently the father was fluent
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in english, the mother was not. the neighbor also said that she had seen the toddler outside but hadn't met the 8-month-old. this woman lives right next door. these houses are fairly close together. this is an older neighborhood in carthage. a lot of children. that was another thing some of the people who lived in the area said. there are a lot of children in this neighborhood and that's a big concern for them. >> gotcha. >> it's really a concern now because there just isn't a lot of information available. >> okay, mike. we ask these questions, from what john's saying it sounds normal. but you have to start with what's going on in the house. >> absolutely. the people closest to little eddie salazar. they will look at the father's background. they have a little bit to go on. there are leads, but they won't put out much until they have solid leads to give to the public. as far as we know now there is no vehicle description. no detailed description of the one or two people -- men dressed
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in black who came into the house. the thing is right now you're going to grill the father, find out friends, associates and find out what the real motive forrer this is. >> okay. a lot of children. so does that alarm you if someone is going to try to abduct a child you have a lot of kids in the neighborhood? >> that's another thing. had this happened anywhere around carthage, missouri or surrounding counties in the past? are there links to other crimes? they will look at crimes in the area, sex offenders in the area, all these things. but it's a fairly small community. they really don't have anything to go on. you will also check the businesses for possible surveillance video someone may have in the neighborhood or surrounding businesses. i don't know if there was a central business district nearby here, the roads going in and out. i have never been to carthage, missouri. >> there's the phone number.
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we know little eddie has a birthmark, the shape of a lung on his right bicep. one more look at the cute little guy. thanks again, guys. coming up, big drama from dr. conrad murray. we all thought he'd finally face charges and surrender. not yet. we'll take your calls.
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welcome back to "prime news" on hln. drama concerning michael jackson's death investigation
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today. we thought his doctor would be in handcuffs now surrendering to cops. a short time ago los angeles prosecutors announced they will not file charges until monday. what's the hold-up here? joining me to talk about it, our correspondent from in session and trutv and ted rowland from cnn. what's going on, ted? why no surrender? >> well, the district attorney's office doesn't want to file charges today. they basically released a statement after days of silence that they will do it on monday. now rewind a little bit. you mentioned we all thought this was going to happen today. there was a deal on the table and beth reported this yesterday that something broke down, according to the district attorney's office. the negotiations, if you will between murray, the d.a. and maybe the police. we're not sure of their role in this. something didn't go as planned and the d.a. just decided not to move forward.
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now murray's folks came out swinging saying, you know, if we don't hear from them we'll show township the courthouse anyway and surrender. if they don't take the rend surrender we'll have a news conference scheduled at the park. in the end, once the d.a. released a statement murray's people backed off and said, we're waiting until monday to see what happens. no news conference. basically, we're back to where we were at the beginning of the day waiting for an expected surrender at this courthouse near lax on monday. >> on monday. beth, what's going on? what do you know about the negotiations? >> well, we don't know, as ted just said, exactly what it was that broke down the negotiations. for the most part the d.a. is in control. the d.a. has the cards. a judge will intervene once a complaint is filed and the case has begun. it's the d.a. who makes the decision when to file the charges and whether or not they will accept the surrender or just order the lapd to handcuff
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him and bring him in. the filing of the complaint triggers the warrant which gives the police the right to arrest him. the d.a. said, okay f you want to surrender, you can. >> okay. i know a lot of people at home are saying, what do you mean negotiate? if the guy could face second agree murder, manslaughter charges arrest him. why are you negotiating in the first place? >> correct. there is not a lot to negotiate, but it appears the police wanted to do it in a smooth, safe way. there were a lot of safety concerns. then there are some bail conditions when he gets to court and who knows what went on regarding the bail conditions. there's not much to negotiate. you're right about that, mike. >> all right, ted. i'm imagining that dr. murray's attorneys want to avoid the perp walk and handcuffs. what do you think would have unfolded at a courthouse scene today? >> reporter: well, absolutely you get that sense. from the beginning, face it.
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that was the goal. they flew him out from houston to avoid transportation from texas landing at lax in handcuffs with the media. they have been sort of proactive as defense attorneys but you bring up a good point of. at what point and what rights do they really have in terms of trying to avoid what may be inevitable, the shot of their client in handcuffs which will be played over and over again. that's what they are trying to avoid. we'll see on monday, as beth insinuated, how it goes. he could be arrested as soon as that thing is filed or maybe something will work out where he can surrender, maybe at a police station or here at the courthouse. >> what was the scene like at the courthouse? were people milling around waiting for a glimpse of dr. murray or maybe michael jackson fans were upset with him? is that beginning to stir a little bit? >> no. as far as safety concerns, we didn't see evidence of people from the public out here. we saw a ton of media from
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around the world. obviously there is a lot of interest here. so just today the idea that murray's folks could come with murray at 2:00 brought everybody out in the rain, waiting, waiting and nothing happened. >> we're going to take a quick break. we'll have more on this with ted and beth's take on what charges we expect. now we're looking at monday. and radar online reporting tiger woods is out of rehab. there to pick him up, his wife elin. are they trying to save the marriage? is she nixing divorce talk now? taking your calls.
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>> don't worry. as long as i keep god in my heart and you in my life, i will be fine. i have done all i could do. i told the truth. i have faith the truth will
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prevail. >> that's dr. conrad murray. a one-minute snippet on youtube. you heard it. "the truth will prevail." we have experts taking your calls. 1-877-tell-hln. beth karas from "in session" with us along with ted rowlands from cnn. beth, we see it now. we don't know all that's going on with the case the prosecutors are going on, but it doesn't look good for conrad murray in the hours leading up to michael jackson's death. >> the timeline is based upon his own reporting to the police two days after michael jackson died. we haven't seen the toxicology report to see if there were, indeed, more drugs than the one he admits giving him, and greater amounts. he didn't tell the truth, despite what he heard on the videotape at the hospital when he told the emergency room doctor about one medicine out of four that he administered that night. he didn't mention the bad one,
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propaphol that is not used outside of medical centers. >> ted, as you have been around the case and the attorneys, how do you sense they will try to get over the hump of the timeline giving anti-anxiety medication medications until giving propaphol. >> first the prosecution has to prove that it killed michael jackson with experts. as beth mentioned if anything is in the toxicology that can't be matched to murray he could say, well, i had no idea he was doing that as well. he can add more into this sort of cocktail. once that's over, he can get to the idea that he was actually trying to help michael jackson and did everything in his professional opinion to help this person who was having problems with addiction and that he gave him this last bit as a last resort. he hadn't given it to him the
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two days before and he's an m.d. he can argue he had the expertise to use this drug which is not a controlled substance. having it outside the hospital isn't necessarily illegal. it isn't illegal. but, you're right, the bottom line is telling the truth -- the bottom line is the truth is he was giving this person something that's used to put people to sleep for surgery for a sleep aid. it will be up to a jury to decide if that was gross negligence or not. >> especially when you look at that's not all that was given. it was the valium, anti-anxiety drugs and the rest until the propophol at 10:30 in the morning. we'll probably talk again an monday as things go down. thanks so much, guys. coming up, radar online reporting that tiger woods has been checked out of rehab. who was there to pick him up? his wife elin. are they ready to give it a go and try to save the marriage? we'll be talking about that. we'll get the straight scoop
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from radar online coming up. we'll take your calls as well. 1-877-tell-hln. and every week we honor an everyday person doi. we honor someone doing work through the tragedy in haiti. >> reporter: more than two weeks after the earthquake, bobby duvall is overwhelmed. the soccer field he built for kids is now a home for hundreds. >> it's really something. we were already in the hole. now we are in a much deeper hole. >> reporter: duvall was a cnn hero in 2007. he founded a soccer training center called athletics of haiti giving kids from some of the poorest neighborhoods in port-au-prince an opportunity to get off the streets, play a sport and get a meal. >> the kids never missed breakfast. they are disciplined enough to keep focused on something positive. of. >> reporter: that program is now a lifesaver. many families of the children
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who played soccer for bobby have moved onto the field with nowhere else to go. >> what we have tried to do is keep it clean, give them a little bit of -- you know, set up bathrooms, some water and give them care. that's all. understanding. so they are safe here. >> reporter: safe and sheltered. duvall provided what tents he had. those without them have gotten creative. are those golf posts? >> yeah. >> reporter: someone has made a little home from goal posts. some kids still play soccer to pass the time. families are making due the best they can. >> serve as much as you can. that's it.
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welcome back to "prime news" on hln. a judge tells a former aide of john edwards to hand over the sex tape. shows edwards and former mistress rielle hunter having sex. could it leak out? can edwards stop it? taking your calls on that at 1-877-tell-hln. now this, church communities in east texas have to be on edge. there have been eight fires since january 1. the latest happened thursday morning. this at russell memorial united methodist church in wills point. someone broke in after choir practice. the sanctuary destroyed. damage close to $1 million.
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paintings, pictures, all destroyed. one member had just lost her husband and planned to have a funeral at this place where they worshipped together. not anymore obviously now. that's heartbreaking. this is in an area where christian radio stations fill the radio dial. there is a bible verse local newspaper. with that said, who would do this and why? we'll take your calls. 1-877-tell-hln. joining us to talk about this, the pastor at the highland baptist church. his church burned january 16th. also, ken ch hisholm, special agent in charge. any solid leads, ken? >> we have started on the newest scene. we began the actual investigation this morning of the scene. we are in the process of going through approximately 200 leads
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and we have several reports of suspicious vehicles that we are following up on those. >> any other similarities with these different fires that tell you it's probably one person or the same group of individuals doing this? >> i'm not prepared to say it is one person or a group of people, but there are similarities between several of the fires that we're pursuing. >> okay. that helps in the investigation. are you getting a sense of mo tooif? why someone -- motive? why someone would do it? >> motive is a personal thing to the person who sets the fire, but it could be a grievance against the church or whether they are doing this as a spree, as a lark or something like that. >> let's bring in the pastor. the church burned january 16th. do you have any idea why someone would attack churches in the area? >> mike, we have tried hard to come up with a reason or try to
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visualize it in my mind. the best we can assume is this is somebody that's been hurt badba badly by someone or something. i would love to they will them that hurting other people won't make your hurt go away. >> how devastating for you and your congregation, as you witness this -- where you worship go up in flames? >> it's hard to describe. we have run the gamut of emotions from fear to anger to frustration and now we have had a couple weeks to come to terms with our situation. we are very much, like you said, looking to forgive and looking toward rebuilding. >> you bring up a good point. i want to ask ken, what are you telling other churches in the area? give us an idea. how wide of ap area is it? we're looking at eight churches what's the range in area of places attacked here? >> it covers at least three counties in texas which, as you
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know, is a very big state. what our goal is, of course, in this is to figure out the origin and cause of the fire and not only in the case of bringing a criminal to justice but we want to help restore some amount of security and feeling of well-being for the people in the general community area. >> david, where are you worshiping now? are you concerned for security where you're worshiping now? >> well, we are worshiping at will willowbrook baptist church, about a mile from the old sanctuary. no, i'm not. we have faith in god and we're going about our business, worshiping him. >> stay strong. ken, we wish you the best in finding out who's doing this. thank you very much. >> thank you. coming up, a judge finds the former aide of john edwards in contempt and orders him to hand
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over the alleged sex tape of edwards and rielle hunter. what happens if he doesn't comply? and a teenager booted from the national honor society. this 18-year-old created a facebook page somewhat critical of his high school and he took a pledge, being part of the national honor society, to be loyal to the school. is that enough to get kicked out or is it a violation of first amendment rights? call in 1-877-tell-hln. just a few days back from haiti and i have something to share about normal weight obesity. a lot of people pay attention to weight and for good reason. you get on the scale. if the weight seems normal you think, good, i have decreased my chances of developing problems and you probably have, but if you have something known as normal weight obesity where your
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body fat percentage is too high and the lean muscle mass is too low you may be at risk. this is an important point. people who fall into the category of normal weight obesity have four times the rate of developing met bollic syndrome putting you at risk for hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes. the guess is around 30 million americans may fall into the category of normal weight obesity now. here's the important thing. first step, probably get your body fat checked. if you're not sure where you fall into this, get it checked. even some home scales do a good job of checking it within 10%. your doctor's office, maybe your gym can test it. for men it gets dangerous over 23%. for women, over 33%. also, the second piece of advice here is depending on what you're doing you may want to add more resistance training to the
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workout, more interval training. you want to build up muscle mass. also, with the whole idea of changing the percentages between body fat and muscle mass, it helps with that as well. a little bit of a tip there. normal weight obesity. tuck that term away. there is something you can do about it.
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welcome back. a judge in north carolina is demanding that a former aide of
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john edwards hand over the alleged sex tape. andrew young has a deadline -- wednesday, 2:00 p.m. the judge found young and his wife in contempt today and wants them to hand over the tape and any copies asap. the tape reportedly shows edwards and his then mistress rielle hunter having sex. she's been fighting to get it back. any chance it could be leaked to the media? we heard he made a copy. how many copies are out there? call a in. 1-877-tell-hln is the number. here to talk about it is the chief correspondent of "inside edition" and author of "the last day of my life." rielle hunter said the tape was made in 2006. i believe she gave birth in february of 2008. so that timeline doesn't mesh. are we talking about the same tape? could there be other tapes? >> well, there are allegations that there is more than one tape and the timeline doesn't mesh. i heard you were wondering if it could be leaked. my feeling is if there is a
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tape, you can always make a copy. it's easy to do that. as long as the tape is made there is always a possibility that it can be leaked. i don't care if andrew young hands over the tape. there may be another copy out there. we don't know if this was the only copy to begin with. >> right. andrew young said he was advised to make a copy. why would someone advise him to make a copy? >> i would suspect basically for insurance. you know, he was coming out with a book. if there were any legal actions that were going to be started he can say, look, i have a tape. i'm not suggesting in any way, shape or form that this is illegal or he was doing it for blackmail, but i believe it was insurance because this was a relationship that there is clearly betrayal on both sides. i think he felt more comfortable having it hidden away in a safe place. >> we have andrew young talking about that. i believe he's ready to give up the tape. let's listen to what he had to say. >> we're happy to give the
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materials to the court. in over two years we were never planning -- we never did anything with them. there is a reason nobody's seen the tape. while the court resolved these issues we're happy to give it to the court. >> there you have it. it seems like it's young and hunter are the mayor players. what about john edwards? does he have any say-so in this, in making sure the tape doesn't get out? >> well, no. he doesn't have possession of the tape. he can do what he wants but face it, he's being portrayed as the bad guy. he's the guy who was running for president, whose wife had cancer. he's the guy having the affair who told his girlfriend to get the abortion, not have the child. he wouldn't acknowledge that the child was his until he had his aide cover for him an months later -- virtually everything you could do wrong, i think john edwards has done it wrong. >> yep. back to the tape, jim. so the judge's ruling or his telling young, hey, give me the
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tape, does this say the tape is rielle hunter's and she can do what she wants with it? >> not necessarily. i think the court will view the tape. i think andrew young made it clear that you see a pregnant woman. he recognized a ring that resembled or closely resembled rielle hunter's ring but you could clearly make out john edwards' face. it was in a house where they had both been. he surmised from that that it was her. i suspect the judge will want to view it and make a determination himself. you know, it's -- the problem is once a tape is made you just don't know. it's like putting it out on the internet. you never know when it's going to surface. >> which is where this may end up. we talk about rielle hunter and besides the tape, what's her mindset? you spoke with her sister. what did you glean from her? >> "inside edition" talked about how rielle met john, how they
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used a separate cell phone they called the batphone that john edwards' wife discovered the affair when the phone went off in john edwards' luggage. she answered the phone and rielle hunter started talking thinking it's john edwards on the other end. she throws the phone at edwards and he denies the affair. rielle hunter really believed when john edwards' wife passed away from cancer she would be the first lady. they have since reconciled to the extent that they are now friendly. they have a custody arrangement with the daughter, their child. there is a financial deal that's been struck that rielle is happy with. according to rielle's sister, rielle really believes that they will end up together. >> wow. >> a quick facebook from colleen who sums it up basically saying, hasn't elizabeth edwards been
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through enough? obviously she has because they are on the way to divorce. >> sure. >> you know, public humiliation aside, she's dealing with so many health issues. you would like to think your husband would stand by you and not betray you so publically. >> okay, jim. good to have you aboard. coming up, high school senior on the national honor society, he sets up a facebook page and ends up being very critical, trashing the school, so the honor society kicked him out because he violated a pledge to be loyal to his school. but you look at this. were his first amendment rights violated? how do we cut through all of this? i'll talk to the high school senior coming up, ask him about the facebook page, about the pledge he took. we'll take your calls. what do you think? 1-877-tell-hln.
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all right. we want to hear from you on this topic. a poll at facebook. let me lay out the story first. high school student kicked off the national honor society because he slammed his school on facebook. his name is alex fuentes, senior wesley chapel high school in florida. he created a page on facebook called the pros and cons of wesley chapel high. said it was a d school. i believe that's the rating it got. then other students started chiming in. some even swearing on the site a little bit. so the school gets wind of this and panel of teachers voted unanimously last month to dismiss him from the national honor society on the grounds that he didn't keep his pledge to show loyalty to his school. alex has transferred to a different school and says his first amendment rights have been violated. what do you think? taking your calls at 1-877-tell-hln. there is a poll on facebook
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whether you think he should have been kicked off the national honor society. right now, 82% say, no, he should not have. chime in. there it is on facebook if you want to vote. alex, welcome. so it sounds like the people are with you. that's got to make you feel good. tell me about this facebook page. why did you start it in the first place? >> well, in the beginning it was just all a joke between a friend and i. we were speaking about it in school and, you know, the word fail is a slang word nowadays. it doesn't necessarily entail the word fail as in utter failure. it's more of a joking comment. the facebook page was called wesley chapel high school equals fail. >> that was the original title? >> yes. the original title was wesley chapel high school equals fail. it was in a joking manner and meant to not hurt anybody's
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feelings or slander anybody. it was a joke between a friend and i that people got wind of. >> who got wind -- who told the teachers? how did it get found out? >> honestly, i'm not sure. i know many people started get? >> honestly, i'm not sure. i know that many people started joining the group page and started themselves bashing the school and teachers and one of the teachers must have gotten wind of it or somebody must have told them. >> so they get wind of it and then how did you know you'll get booted off the national honor society for this? >> yes, i believe the principal called me to the front office once they found out, which i think was two, three book weeks after i created the facebook page. had a 200 plus following. and, yes, the principal called me and told me the nhs is going to question this.
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>> between you podid you apolog was just a joke, did you try to save your standing with the national honor society? >> definitely. i implored everybody to understand. and i made sure to actually hunt down every teacher that i heard had been hurt and i told them my story. looked at them in the eye and told them if any of this offended you or hurt your feeli feelings. >> we tried to reach out to the school no one got back to us. so by the letter of the law, it looks like they've got you in the sense that it's a joke that got away from you, you know, if you're starting a facebook page, it says wesley chapter high school equals fail, that's not being loyal. so you knew you were kind of in trouble, is that right? >> yes. at first i didn't think it would be enough to -- >> to apologize? >> no, i didn't think it would becomeordeal. >> we'll continue the conversation.
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